September 3, 2013 11:50

Polica announce February 2014 UK tour

Band will play five dates including their biggest headline show to date at The Troxy in London

Polica announce February 2014 UK tour

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Polica have announced a five-date UK headline tour for February 2014.

The band, who supported Sigur Ros on the second day of this year's iTunes Festival at London's Roundhouse last night (September 2), will begin the jaunt in Bristol on February 6 before playing dates in Glasgow, Manchester, Brighton and London, where they will play their biggest headline show to date at The Troxy, a venue with a capacity of 2,500.

Tickets for all dates go on sale this Friday (September 6) at 9am from the band's official site.

Polica are now preparing to release their second album 'Shulamith' on October 21. The tracklisting includes 'Tiff', a collaboration with Bon Iver, and the band's recently-unveiled new single 'Chain My Name' – click 'play' below to listen to it.

Polica will play:

Bristol, Trinity Centre (February 6)
Glasgow, The Arches (7)
Manchester, The Ritz (8)
Brighton, All Saints Church (10)
London, The Troxy (12)

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